Daniel Rybakken, Daylight Entrance Glass Milk Half Pint Creamer Olive, El Bulli Soy Darks The cast of Jersey Shore Italy korean tacos
candlesticks by victoria delany shuffle table from &tradition flavia by Ettore Sottsass kebab lamp by committee Thunderbird house post, Chief Wakas pole, Sky Chief pole.
Top: Love I, Love II, Love III from Lladro by Committee Bottom: Campanas + Lacoste The logical conclusion. Being consumed by the sign.
“There’s nothing intelligent in Alien. It has absolutely no meaning. It works on a very visceral level and its only point is terror and more terror.” – Ridley Scott To be self-aware about making art is an exceedingly rare stroke of fortune – probably, of the bad kind. But there is no such thing as a terrifying spectacle [...]
stories are how we make sense of the world. they impose a structure on what would otherwise feel chaotic – “one great blooming, buzzing confusion.” whether via an internal monologue (that whistling noise is coming from the tea kettle because it is on a lit stove) or in conversation with others (religion, science, politics, literature, [...]
Nuria & Irma by Jaume Plensa Wire work by Benedetta Mori Ubaldini Black Lake by David Oreilly
music videos on YouTube: I Break Horses Hearts (2011) Crystal Castles Celestica (2008) The Field Sun & Ice (2006) Autechre Gantz Graf (2002) Fennesz Shisheido (2001) Kid606 Catstep (2000) Nobukazu Takemura Icefall (1999) Atari Teenage Riot Anarchy 999 (1999) Queens of the Stone Age: Regular John (1998) Oval Do While (1995) My Bloody Valentine Soon [...]
Paul Graves and Joe Fish for Sleek Magazine Why does the Book of Genesis in the Judeo-Christian-Islamic tradition use nakedness as the badge of shame? Could some other aspect of our being have been designated as the stigma that would remind us of our fall from grace? God: From now on, there will be sneezing! [...]
[I wrote the below last August but never posted it. Now, seeing the depiction of movie color palettes at moviebarcode, I've relented.] The Speech Analysis and Interpretation Lab (SAIL) at the USC engineering school has an Emotions Research Group which might make my dreams come true: the automated analysis of television dramas for the sake [...]
In the last 24 hours I’ve had the pleasure to experience two novel and fun works of art: The Exterior World, a sarcastic animation by David OReilly and Standard Loneliness Package, a kindhearted short story by Charles Yu. Neither would be considered a realistic depiction and yet I found both honest and, in different ways, [...]